We're already partway into April but there are plenty of highlights still to come in the final month of our current Autumn 2023 season. And stay tuned for the release of our new programme – which runs from May to July – next week!
• TRIANGLE OF SADNESS – director Ruben Östlund's 'eat the rich' satire was nominated for three Oscars, including Best Picture. (Fri 14 Apr, 7:30 pm)
• THE WHALE – Brendan Fraser's Brenaissance hits its peak with his Oscar-winning role as an obese man with days to live. (Sat 15 Apr, 7:30 pm)
• LIVING – Bill Nighy has never been better in this poignant remake of director Akira Kurosawa's 1952 Japanese drama. (Thu 20 Apr, 7:30 pm)
• THE GREAT ESCAPE – an all-star cast leads this 1963 action classic which celebrates its 60th anniversary this year. (Fri 21 Apr, 7:30 pm)
• TILL – an African-American mother seeks justice for her murdered teenage son in this powerful, 1950s-set drama (Thu 27 Apr, 7:30 pm)
• AFTERSUN – a young girl takes a final summer vacation with her struggling father, in one of the most celebrated films of the year. (Sat 29 Apr, 5 pm)
WHAT’S ON THIS WEEK
Even if you got plenty of chocolate over the weekend, you're in for a treat this week with four terrific films: Brendan Fraser's Oscar-winning turn, a satirical class black comedy, an animated reimaginging of Anne Frank's diary, and Hugh Jackman delivering one of his best performances to date.
• THU 13 APR @ 7:30 PM: THE SON (M, 123 MINS)
A successful lawyer (Hugh Jackman) agrees to look after his troubled teenage son from a previous marriage, seizing the opportunity to correct the mistakes of his own upbringing, in director Florian Zeller's follow-up to THE FATHER.
• FRI 14 APR @ 7:30 PM: TRIANGLE OF SADNESS (M, 147 MINS)
A supermodel couple are among the rich passengers invited to take a trip aboard an exclusive cruise. But when the ship runs into trouble during a storm, the balance of power quickly shifts in this Best Picture-nominated dark satirical comedy.
• SAT 15 APR @ **5 PM**: WHERE IS ANNE FRANK (PG, 99 MINS)
The story of Anne Frank is retold through the journey of Kitty, the imaginary friend to whom Anne dedicates her diary, who awakens in present-day Amsterdam and embarks on a journey to find her friend – but instead discovers her lasting legacy.
• SAT 15 APR @ 7:30 PM: THE WHALE (M, 117 MINS)
A reclusive and depressed English teacher (Brendan Fraser) suffering from severe obesity attempts to reconnect with his estranged teenage daughter for one last chance at redemption before his time runs out, in this 2x Oscar-winning drama.